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Scalp Eczema - The Six Reasons Why You Have Eczema
Scalp Eczema - Food sensitivities are more often than not the #1 reason for Scalp Eczema.
If you lack certain nutrients and are undernourished you are prone to various skin diseases.
People who live in the developed world tend to eat far too much junk and processed foods and yet are more likely to be undernourished. Foods which contain too much salt, animal fats and pesticides are high on the popularity list.
On top of this our foods are laced with preservatives and colourings.
It makes sense therefore by increasing our consumption of healthy foods, we can cure many skin diseases including that of Scalp Eczema.
By eating a healthier diet we can strengthen our immune system, our skin and our vital organs which will dramatically reduce our food sensitivities.
So here are some pointers for improving your diet, eliminating foods sensitivities and curing your Scalp Eczema:
#1 - To Eliminate Scalp Eczema; Cut down on the amount of animal fat that you eat. Animal fat can be found in foods such as cheese and meat.
#2 - To Eliminate Scalp Eczema; Dramatically increase the amount of raw foods you eat. Say anywhere between 50-75%.
#3 - To Eliminate Scalp Eczema; Avoid all junk or heavily processed foods.
#4 - To Eliminate Scalp Eczema; Reduce the amount of sugar and alcohol you consume.
#5 - To Eliminate Scalp Eczema; Increase the amount of vegetable oils and oily fish.
#6 - To Eliminate Scalp Eczema; Take regular supplements of Evening Primrose oil, Fish Oils, Vitamin A, B and E, Zinc, Selenium and Magnesium.
We eat far too much junk food. As a result we suffer all manner of ailments including scalp eczema.
To make instant improvements look at your consumption of food and make a change where necessary. You can create clear, smooth, beautiful skin in a short period of time. It is that easy.
Here’s to beautiful skin.
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